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MSP Says to Expect Extra Patrols for Thanksgiving Holiday

As motorists across the state prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday, the Michigan State Police is reminding them to expect extra patrols as they participate in the Operation C.A.R.E. initiative.

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AAA Michigan: Gas Prices Drop Thirteen Cents

AAA Michigan reports that gas prices have dropped 13 cents. The current statewide average is about $2.87 per gallon, down from about $3 last week and about 42 cents than last year at this time. According to AAA Michigan, statewide pre-Thanksgiving gas prices have not been this low since 2009 when the price for gas was about $2

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AAA: Over One Million Michiganders to Celebrate Thanksgiving with Holiday Getaway

AAA Travel projects that almost 1.5 million Michigan residents and over 46 million Americans will journey more than 50 miles during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. According to AAA, this is the highest volume for the holiday in seven years with a four percent increase statewide and a 4.2 percent increase nationally.

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AAA Michigan Offers Winter Driving Tips

Because more crashes occur during the winter months than at any other time, AAA is encouraging motorists to prepare for cold weather driving conditions with three main steps - prepare your vehicle; plan your trip and use precaution while on the road

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AAA Michigan: Gas Prices Remain Steady

Gas prices remain steady, AAA Michigan reports. Michigan's current statewide average is about $3 per gallon, relatively unchanged from last week and almost 30 cents lower than this same time last year

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Michigan Senate Passes Gas Tax Increase to Help Fix Roads

The Michigan Senate passed legislation on Thursday that would increase gas taxes over the next four years to raise more than $1 billion annually to fix the state's deteriorating roads and bridges.

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Genesys Provides Safety Tips for Hunters

Firearm hunting season in Michigan begins on Saturday and on average about 640,000 hunter in the state purchase at least one deer license. Unfortunately, during the hunting season, many preventable accidents occur

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AAA Reminds Motorists “Don’t Veer for Deer”

One in every five car crashes in Michigan involves deer and AAA Michigan is reminding motorists "don't veer for deer."

In 2013, there were just under 50,000 crashes involving deer. In Genesee County, there were 952, slightly down from the 995 the year before

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MDOT Tells Hunters Heading Up North to Expect Delays

Deer hunters headed up north this season are being reminded that even though work is nearing completion on I-75 and the Zilwaukee Bridge in Saginaw County, there are still some lane restrictions in place that could cause delays:

  • Southbound I-75 currently has two lanes open.
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Consumers Offers Seven Tips to Help Homeowners Stay Safe and Warm

With much colder weather expected this week, Consumers Energy is urging homeowners to combat the cold by keeping their heating systems properly maintained and practicing simple safety tips that can help ensure continued warmth

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